Conventional power remains the major source of power in India, accounting for 70% of all installed power generation capacity. The development of cleaner and more efficient thermal power technologies and the revamping of power plants therefore are key to securing an efficient energy supply and meeting emissions targets.
Shri Piyush Goyal, Minister of state for Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy and Mines is working on a plan to create a ‘Thermal Power Ecosystem’ which has high scale, high efficiency, high coal linkage predictability, and greater supply visibility for power-consumers.
The POWER-GEN India & Central Asia conference brings together experts who will discuss the use of cleaner and more efficient conventional power technologies to provide sustainable energy access for all the country’s population.
Mr. Joseph Quinn, Lead Engineer, GE, USA
Mr. Rajinder Singh, Consultant, Siemens, India
Mr. Rajeev Sharma, CMD, Power Finance Corporation, India
Mr. V.S. Sharma, Generanl Manager- Renewable Energies, STEAG Energy Services, India
Mr. Surendra P. Sharma, Dy. General Manager (Contract & Material), NTPC, India
Mr. Sundara Kavidass, Managing Director, SP Energy Tek, India
Renowned for delivering high-quality content and comprehensive in-depth practical information, the POWER-GEN India & Central Asia conference brings together a range of experts involved in every aspects of power generation. Read 3 Reasons why you should be become a conference delegate.
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POWER-GEN - removing the barriers. Industry professionals tasked with strengthening India’s power sector need to hear what global power experts are sharing in Delhi. For 2017, the conference delegate options have been restructured to allow even more professionals access to the cutting edge content POWER-GEN India & Central Asia provides.